The Switch by Beth O Leary #BookReview

The Switch traverses the thin line between cute and corny, between engagingly simple and boringly predictable. I can see how it could go either way for a reader. For me, it went the cute way. I liked it despite its very obvious shortcomings.

How about a price tag on housework? And other feminist thoughts

Have you ever wondered when cloud kitchens originated? I hadn’t really thought about it, assuming they took shape sometime in the 21st century as a product of new age issues (People moving out of homes for work, restricted living spaces and women taking on jobs). It was a surprise then to stumble across What Diantha …

The Stationery Shop of Tehran #BookReview

Sometimes I wish I could flip back the calendar to a time when there was no social media, no bookstagram, no goodreads. I wish I could feel again the anticipation of opening a new unknown book; the excitement of picking one up simply because the title sounded good or the cover was enticing or because …

The Thirteenth Tale #BookReview

These past weeks, I had read and given up on a bunch of books. All good books, ones I had set aside on my TBR with great anticipation. However, the time was just not right, it would seem. And then, I picked up The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield. It was a gift from fellow …

Madame Tussaud #BookReview

This year I decided to look at historical fiction beyond WW2. There are so many revolutions and so much history from so many different parts of the world to catch up on, that it seems like a shame to restrict oneself. It is with this thought that I picked up Michelle Moran’s Madame Tussaud. The …

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